There has never been a better time to move your learning outdoors. This program will strengthen your command of science practices and inquiry-based teaching and learning methods by studying your local habitats, conducting field research, and designing investigations and field experiences that have direct applicability to elementary and middle school curriculum science standards and practices.
Learn principles of ecology, including cycles and systems, energy flow, habitats, adaptation, food webs, ecosystems, and the influence of climate change, and their connections to the standards for earth, life, and physical sciences. Apply your knowledge to develop classroom assignments.
This program will follow current Massachusetts and Mass Audubon Covid-19 guidelines. Classes will be held online, with guided independent activities. Please contact Martha Gach at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Participants receive 20 PDPs. If you wish to receive 2 graduate credits and 45 PDPs for this workshop, please contact Alex Dohan at email@example.com. You will be instructed on how to proceed with the grad credit request. (Please note that grad credits incur an additional cost beyond the registration fee for the program.)